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10---The GLOBE Wednesday, December 28, 1983 Deena Bedient, Geoffery Neff wedding held November 18 The Church of the Nazarene in Marysville was the seting for the Nov. 18 wedding uniting Deena Bedient and Geoffery Neff. The Rev. Carl Green officiated. Rev. Green also was the soloist. The bride is the daughter of Don and Bey Bedient of Marysville. The bridegroom is the son of Sad and Rikki Bannister of Everett and Glenn and Pat Neff of Honolulu. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a full-length lace gown with long sleeves. ' Dawn Lindberg served as maid of honor. She wore a baby blue full- length gown. Lighting the candles was John Neff. Ring bearers were Jason Bedient, the bride's nephew, and Christofer Neff, the bridegroom's nephew. Pat McDaniels stood as best man. Ushering were Ryan Bedient, Greg Neff and John Neff. A reception followed at the church. The bride's grandmothers, Georgia Holt and Phyllis Bedient, poured. Grace Bedient, the bride's sister-in- law, cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of Marysville-Pilchuck High School and the bridegroom is a graduate of Cascade High School. The bridegroom is on the USS Cayuga with the U.S. Navy. His home base is in San Diego, where the couple will live. Cradle Roll A GIRL was born to Lynn and Cin- dy Reeman, Marysville, dec. 16, 1983. A GIRL was born to Valerie Palmer, Marysville, Dec. 17, 1983. ECC to offer classes at Lakewood High For the convenience of north Snohomish County resident, Everett Community College plans to offer a number of evening classes at Lakewood High School this winter. All classes will begin the week of Jan. 3 and will end in mid-March. General psychology and elementary algebra will be offered from 7-9:30 'p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. College bookkeeping, interpersonal communication and adult basic educa- tion will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-9:30 p.m. New Years Eve sleep-over at Y Hey morn and dad! Do you need a fun and safe environment for your child on New Years Eve? The Marysville "Y" is the place where a New Years Eve Sleep Over is offered. Drop your child off at 7:30 p.m. and pick them up the next morning at 10. The "Y" has a variety of fun activities planned, including roller skating, swimming, movies, popcorn, yummy snacks, arts and crafts, plus a morning snack. It is supervised by a qualified staff. The program is for youngsters aged 5-12 years. Reservations may be made by calling 653-4505. Windom brings Thurber to Everett "Acting in the theatre is like dancing films, brings the wit and wisdom of wi, h a girl, while acting on television is humorist James Thurber to Everett like dancing with a wet raincoat," says Jan. 19 in his one-man show "Thurber altor William Windom. Windom, a 1". veteran actor of stage, television and The Lakewood classes may be ap- plied toward an associate degree from Everett Community College. All are five-credit classes. Everett Community College also of- fers adult basic education classes at the Tulalip Tribal Center and Stanwood Middle School and adult high school classes in Stanwood and Arlington. For more information and registra- tion details, call the registrar's office at the college at 259-7151, extension 205-210. BookWorm By Wihr, a *l~rner Iii ii Early copy this week and next, Bossman says. So, here's early copy. It would be easier if my creative juices flowed on Wednesday, but they are so used to Friday that it's a struggle. Let me remind you once again that the Marysville Library will be closed Monday, Jan. 2; so stock up on books by 5 p.m. the previous Saturday or you cannot hide from the kids and their new toys, and grab a few minutes to read if you don't have anything to read, now can you? How's that for a sentence, Editor? The cats are not too crazy about this cold weather; their water freezes and they have to resort to licking drops of water as it runs down the outside faucet. Takes a little longer, but it's fun. We have so many black cats that we just discovered we have one such who has never been named. I had been calling him Schwarz, but then the real Schwarz appeared again, which" he does when he gets tired of living across the alley. So things are a little confus- ed. When nature fouls us up, we can always take refuge in the world of com- puters; and the library has two new computer books to interest you. "Introduction to Computers", by Alton Kindred, is on the 001 shelf, as is Tony Webster's "Microcomputer Buyer's Guide." I don't know about you, but the thought of computers gives me a headache, so let's all read "Help Yourself to Chronic Pain Relief, the Patient's Point of View", by Gloria Epstein of the Manchester Group L. This group calls Seattle home; and the author says what is needed is a doctor who listens. yourself something festive to wear to 910. Then there's some of those parties your husband is Harbor", by CoL R0Y going to take you to. Aren't you, Hus- USAF. Said prelude w band? China, 1937-1941. 940. No author claims credit for the book of "Vogue Sewing", but it's large and Then get up to ~tc contains all the instructions you'll Holdens, who want need. 646. "Touring the Wine You golfers can't get out on the Wash." Their course now, but spring surely will frank. No whi come, and you can be prepared with would have to go a 1,o,~i "Golf's Supershots", by Get). Peper, Gene Nadeau's editor of Golf Magazine. Photos Paradise", about abound. 796. to Mt. Rainier. Mr. N., All the books on history and travel from North Dakota, this week look good, starting with as a summer research "Great Exploration Hoaxes", by fine one it is, with David Roberts. I'm so naive that it 979. never ocurred to me to doubt those Fiction continues great, supposedly true, adventures, and starts. Probably Apparently one should doubt them. are waiting for the Mr. R. documents ten such hoaxes, unveil their from 1508 to the present. Interesting. O ~ bituaries . . . WALFRED LAMPI Walfred Lampi, 68, of Youngtown, Ariz., formerly of Marysville, died Dec. 20, 1983, in Arizona. He was born July 29, 1915, at Mooselake, Minn. He graduated from Mooselake High School. He served in the U.S. Army Air Force during WWII. He married Lillian Swanson on Feb. 9, 1946. They made their home in Mooselake for several years, and in California for 15 years, where he work- ed for Lockheed Aircraft. They moved to Washington in 1968. He worked for the Everett Herald for several years before retiring in 1980. He was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, the in Marysville, and Moose Lodge. He leaves his wife, two sons, Donovan Douglas of ArlingtOn; children, Stephanie brother, Lewis of and two sisters, Portland, Ore. and Minnesota. Funeral services were Schaefer-Shipman Marysville, with the Gabrielsen officiating. at Marysville Cemetry. Memorials may be Washington Lung Custom Draperies Which most of you already knew. 616. To help you still more, Emanuel Cheraskin and others have teamed up to explain "The Vitamin C Connec- tion." They say Vitamin C is good for arthritis, colds, and fatigue, among other things. 612. If you are not already weary of cooking for the holidays, how about a nice meal from the sea? "Pacific Nor- thwest Seafood Cookery" has no author, but is published by Start Jones. The recipes, from the Wash. State Dept. of Fisheries, cover buying, clean- ing, and storing fish. 641. If you can't enjoy seafood without wine, read Ted Meredith on "Northwest Wine." It's complete with photos. 663. Having planned your holiday meals, you can still make Matching Bedspreads TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ONLY hlpman COVERIP . ,oSPEClAt 79:~tl]artSeO6f$Sge;;'lCl" 653"3003 O HWY. 99 M Come...Worship with u MARYSVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST (The Caring New Testament Church) Meet et Cascade Elementary School 5200-100th N.E., Marysville BIBLE CLASSES, ell ages .......................... 9:30 a.m. MORNING ASSEMBLY .......................... 10:30 a.m. EVENING ASSEMBLY ........................... 6:30 p.m. For Into. on mid-week classes call: Mark Pollock: 653-6886, church; office: 653-6344 MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH Missouri Synod, 9209 Old Hlway 99 " PASTOR: Beldwin A. Cemin Phone: 659-4112 SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .......8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................ 9:00 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE, THURSDAY ................ 7:30 p.m. LUTHERAN HOUR KWYZ, SUNDAY ............. 9:00 a.m. THIS iS THE LIFE, KOMO, SUNDAY ............. 7:00 a.m. Pre-SchooI--Mon.-Fri. 3 Programs SHOULTES GOSPEL HALL 4307-136th St. N.E., Merysville SUNDAY: Family GoSpel Service ................. 7:00 p.m. MONDAY: Youth Bible Hr., Adult Bible Study .....7:00 p.m. THURSDAY: Bible Teaching ...................... 7:30 p.m. I nformetlon & Trensportetlon: 659-4611 - Listen to "Gems from Calvary'" Sunday et 8 e.m. on Radio 123 BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH 7215-51st Ave. N.E. - 659-2022 "He Found Us'" SUNDAY WORSHIP ..................... 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL & ADULT CLASSES ........... 9:45 a.m. JR./SR. LUTHER LEAGUE ..................... Sun. Eves. MEMBERSHIP CLASSES .......... Sun. Morn., Wed. Eves PR~SCHOOL--Mon.-Wed ................... 9 a.m. & 12noon HOME BIBLE STUDIES ...................... As Scheduled FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH State - 81st PI. PASTOR: David R. Grant Phone: 659-1242 Assoc. Pastor ........................... Dr. Peter Brashler Assoc. Pastor of Youth Ministries ................ Ed Harvey MORNING WOP.SHI P ................. 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOL, all ages ......................... 9:45 a.m. YOUNG PEOPLE'S SERVICE .................... 7:30 p.m. EVENING SERVICE ............................. 6:00 p.m. WED., Prayer Meeting & Bible Study .............. 7:00 p.m. MARYSVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Meeting et Kellogg-Mersh Grange 100th St: & 67th Ave. Walt B. Chamberiein Phone: 653-7381 5505-105th St. N.E., Marysville BIBLE SCHOOL .................................. 9:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE ............................ 10:45 a.m. MID-WEEK BIBLE STUDY (Wed.) ................. 659-3761 MOUNTAIN VIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 5115-100th St. (across from Cescade Elementary) Interim PASTOR: S. Eileen Dunn Phone: 659-7777 EDUCATION HOURS .... ............ 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE ............................ 11:00a.m. (Nursery Provided Coffee Fellowship- Noon SMOKEY POINT CHURCH OF CHRIST Meeting at Stillaguemlsh Senior Citizen Annex 18306-25th N.E. (Old 99), Arlington SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ......................... 9:30 e.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ................... 10:30 e.m. boNDAY EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY .................... 7:00 p.m. For more information cell: 435-9866 CALVARY CATHEDRAl. CHURCH 11911 Smokey Point Blvd., Marysville Phone: 653-8333 MINISTERS: Johnny Kroeze, Billy Kroeze MORNING WORSHIP ................. 8:30 e.m., 11:00 e.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL ............................... 10:00 e.m. EVENING WORSHIP ............................. 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, School of the Bible ............... 7:00 p.m. See the Kroeze's eech week on TV, Channel !!, 9 e.m. (Nursery Services Provided) FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fourth & Alder PASTOR: Carl C. Green Phone: 659-3650 SUNDAY SCHOOL (o,,,s ~r e, ,~s) .................... 9:45 a.m WORSHIP SRVICES & CHbLDREN'S CHURCH.. 11:00 a.m. EVENING SERVICE (Sunday) ................... 6:00 p.m. WED. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Youth GroupsT:00 p.m. "The Wey ef the Cross" KWYZ Dtel 123 ....... Sun., 8:45 e.m. (Nursery Provided All Services) MARYSVILLE LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 9028-51st Ave. N.E. - 659-67t6 PASTOR: Otto W. Brustad Phone: 659-5951 Youth Pastor: Dick Mefflle Sunday: MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES.8:30 & 11:00 al.m. EVENING FELLOWSHIP SERVICE .............. 6:00 p.m. Tuesday: COLLEGE-CAREER BI BLE STUDY .... 7:00 p.m. Wednesdey: Family Bible Study & Preyer ......... 7:00 p.m. Thursdey: YOUTH ACTIVITIES .................. 7:30 p.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCHES 12012-51st Ave. N.E., Marysville Church Phone - 6.53-2722 Granite Ave., Grenite Falls PASTOR: Jim Everts Phone: 355-7251 SABBATH SCHOOL ............................... 9:30 e.m. MORNING WORSHIP ........................... 11:00 e.m. "Feith For Tedey", Channel 12, Sunday ........... 10:30 a.m. "Voice of Prophecy", KBLE, dally .................. 12 noon 'Your Story Hour", KGDN, Seturdey .............. 7:00 e.m. WOODslDE NEW LIFE ASSEMBLY 9015-44th Dr. N.E. PASTOR: Rey C. Hamer Church: 659-0445 BIBLE SCHOOL .................................. 9:45 e.m. MORNING WORSHIP ........................... 10:50 e.m. EVENING SERVICE ............................. 7:00 p.m. FAMILY NIGHT, Wednesdey ..................... 7:00 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4705-72nd N.E. - 659-2276 ~ST(~R: Ron Masters MORNING WORSHIP ................ 8:15 a.r~. & SCHOOL FOR CHRISTIAN GROWTH ......... .~ EVENING PRAISE SERVICE ............. """ r TUESDAY .9:: , INTERDENOM. LADIES BIBLE STUDY ........ WEDNESDAY F~4~I LY ;HT ACTIVITI BIBLE CLASS (NURSERY SERVICES MARYSVILLE FREE METHODIST cHUR0t "A Friendly Bible-Centered ChUr 67th Ave. & 76th St. (so. End of CedarcrNt Golf course) PASTOR: Devld Hicks SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................ ";~: WORSHIP ............................ 11:0u WEDNESDAY "Femlly Night". ................ ADULT BIBLE STUDY ....................... (Nursery For All Services) MAIIYSVILLE uNITED METHODIST - 4th & Columbia, Merysville - 659"8"21 phone: PASTOR: Rev. Gregory K. Jeckson ...9:30& WORSHIP SERVICES ............. ' ..... SUNDAY SCHOOL, All Ages ................... YOUTH GROUPS, Wednesday ................. SHOULTES BAPTIST CHURCH, S'B'C" 14511-51st Ave. N.E, PASTOR: Curtis Bleke SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................... :.': WORSHIP SERVICE ...................... ... EVENING WORSHIP ...................... WEDNESDAY, Bible Study & Preyer.." FAITH CENTER PASTOR: Bob Deterlng 6S3-S2~ SUNDAY MORNI NG Preise end WOrShiP.. SUNDAY EVENING Preise . WEDNESDAY EVENING worship FOURSQUARE CHURCH 1610-10th St., Marysville